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Kawaii Cat Card Making Ideas Posted on February 5, 2013 by Jennifer Gormly This week we have a brand new range of kawaii stickers from Crux Japan, so I thought I would have some fun and use some of them to make a cute little cat-themed card. To make my card I chose to use puffy cat stickers. They were perfect for my project as they are absolutely [...]
This impressive mural (along with a few others) were made by artist Kathryn Anderson with nothing more than pushpins and yarn. We'll show you how you can create your own, step by step and with tips from the artist. Kathryn Anderson of KAndeArt has made some great wall murals out of nothing more than string and push pins. Here are her steps to creating a beautiful and unique murals from string. What You Need
Give an orphaned pillowcase a new home -- over your shoulder. 1. Trim 1/4 inch off the closed end, and cut the case in half on the diagonal. Turn the fabric of each of the four diagonal cut edges over by 1/4 inch, twice; pin, and hem. 2. Place one pillowcase half inside the other, lining up bottom edges; pin, and sew at front where fabrics overlap.
When dipped in wax, colorful leaves can be preserved through this season and beyond. We clustered a group to suspend in a window -- perfect for greeting visitors. Stands of monofilament keep them from falling a second time.
Keep pantry staples organized with a set of glass storage jars customized with etched lettering. 1. Clean and dry the glass. Using painter's tape, mark off the area you want to etch. Attach vinyl stick-on letters and decorative tape; press hard to ensure they are attached firmly.
This isn’t the first time I’ve made luminaries for Halloween. Several years ago I made these painted Ghost Luminaries which are posted on FamilyCorner, these decoupaged Pumpkin Luminaries and this Candy Corn luminary which are both posted on Disney’s Kaboose. Today I made some colorful luminaries inspired by the ones I saw on this cute blog called Not So Idle Hands . While Emily uses the decoupage method with strips of tissue paper, I opted for what I believe to be an easier, faster and less expensive method… paint.
Don't stash away or discard maps from your favorite vacation spots. Use them to make these handy coasters and you'll be reminded of that special destination every time you reach for one. Create a set for yourself and another for your travel companions as an artful memento of your trip. Tip: Choose maps from one location, or make a set mixed with local and overseas destinations. Tools and Materials Maps Cutting mat Round cork coasters, in Natural, from Crafts, Etc Craft knife Foam paintbrush Glue sealant, such as Mod Podge, from Plaid Craft Express